I'd be pretty pissed if I saw the new DTS advertised in one of Cadillac's Led Zep-exploiting "Break Through" commercials, as this big bodied sedan doesn't really smash any barriers. While the rest of the Cadillac line has moved over to rear-wheel-drive, the DTS keeps with the front-driving thing it's had going for the last few years. What we know about the car now is that its passion in life will be coddling the driver and passengers to no perceivable end, with a refined interior and, from the looks of the spy photos, a sedate exterior likely to be favored by the early bird special set. With the blue hair set. With the AARP set. I'm talking, yes, about old people.
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